This video was originally recorded on a Video Cassette Recorder (VCR) from a TV broadcast of "Slimetime Live", a show on the Nickelodeon channel. In this 2003 TV show Mary receives a whipped cream pie that was ordered by one of her 4th grade students at the Voorhees Elementary School in Old Bridge, New Jersey. Click this link to read a Newspaper Article about this video.
Shortly after Patrick and James opened their Christmas gift from their Aunt Mary they began to play with it, the CLAP and LAUGH MICROPHONE. Soon they were joined by their Super cousins Thomas and Ellie. Liz used her iPhone to film 5 short video clips of the 4 entertainers and John combined Liz's 5 video clips to create the video Malvern Microphone.
Memories of the Gill family that grew up on Govier Street in Wilkes-Barre, Pa. John Gill (born 1961) released "The Gills of Govier Street" in December of 1996. He updated this video and released the updated version in the Fall 2008.
Jack Cosgrove, a son of Grandma's sister Alice Gilroy Cosgrove, was interviewed about an event in 1961 while he was President of the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. and John F. Kennedy was President of the United States. President Kennedy's Press Secretary Pierre Salinger is mentioned in the interview. The article about this interview "Two Presidents: John Cosgrove and John F. Kennedy" is no longer available online.
Martha Gill, while she was a high school cheerleader, at a Hermitage High School football game in Richmond, Virginia. The cheerleaders appear at 17 seconds into the video.
This video follows PJ from the time he wakes on the morning of the Rocketts Landing Triathlon in Richmond,Virginia through his successful completion of the event.
This video explains family relationships - like great uncle, grand uncle, second cousin once removed and more. The video moves quickly but you can pause and rewind it if you want to see some part of it again.
AJ Jacobs uses humor and some clever family relationship examples to explain how genealogy websites are being used to discover family relationships. He concludes with 5 reasons why he thinks family research is important and then invites everyone to attend the world's largest family reunion to be held in New York in the summer of 2015.